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Old 06-05-2016, 07:58 PM   #15
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Has anyone tried this vinyl cover sold on ebay?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/231285585715...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

The cover listed above does fit the 3/4" extrusion used to between inner panels in the Argosy - I bought a short length and tried it is various locations on my parts donor 1978.

That said it is much thicker than the original cover and it needs to be worked to become pliable enough for the return edges to sit comfortably under the raised sides of the extrusion.
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The cover listed above does fit the 3/4" extrusion used to between inner panels in the Argosy - I bought a short length and tried it is various locations on my parts donor 1978.

That said it is much thicker than the original cover and it needs to be worked to become pliable enough for the return edges to sit comfortably under the raised sides of the extrusion.
Photo of the test piece of trim in place for illustration.

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For those folks based in the UK, I think I have found another source of the trim cover.

I was searching for some other parts but found this vendor who sells white and cream in 8ft (2.4m) lengths.

https://www.static-caravan-spares.co...tre-Cream.html

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